Retiree Insurance Premium Estimator
This three-step estimator** is available to help employees plan for retirement by estimating their 2020 retiree insurance premiums. The tool will estimate the employee share of the premium along with the UM subsidy contribution. This estimator is not applicable for federal or civil service retirees; if you fall in one of these categories, contact the UM System HR Service Center at 573-882-2146 or
email@example.com to request an estimate.
Before you estimate your retiree premiums, you will need to do the following:
Step 1 of 3
Visit myHR to view your current insurance enrollment -
Click on the “Benefits” icon or navigate to “Benefits Summary” in the menu on the right hand side of the screen.
Step 2 of 3
The plans you are enrolled in at the time of retirement are the plans you may continue, with the exception of Long Term Disability and the Voluntary Retirement Plans (403(b), 403(b) Roth, 457(b), Supplemental Retirement Plan).
Review your current plan enrollments to determine which insurance benefits you may continue at the time of retirement.
Step 3 of 3
Estimate your retiree insurance premiums.
Your estimated premiums will appear at the bottom of this webpage.
This tool provides you with the opportunity to estimate different enrollment scenarios to determine which benefits you would like to continue upon retirement.
*What was your Access Category as of 12/31/2017?
*Will you be Medicare eligible at the time of your retirement?
*Do you have spousal/adult sponsored dependent coverage?
If yes, will he/she be Medicare eligible at the time of your retirement?
*Do you have dependent children coverage?
If yes, will any be Medicare eligible at the time of your retirement?
*How old will you be at retirement:
*How many years of service will you have as of your retirement date:
Important things to know:
UM retiree health insurance eligibility and subsidy criteria depends on several factors. Visit the
Retiree Benefits Overview webpage to learn more. Generally speaking, the plans (i.e. medical, dental, vision, etc.) you are enrolled in at the time of retirement are the plans you may continue (with the exception of Long Term Disability).
For more information about retiree insurance and the retirement process, watch our
on-demand online seminars. Split Contract– eligible retirees and/or their covered dependents may be considered a “split contract” if some members are Medicare-eligible and some are non-Medicare-eligible. In these cases, the non-Medicare-eligible members may elect coverage in one of the UM non-Medicare plans (Retiree Health PPO or Healthy Savings Plan) and the Medicare-eligible member(s) may elect coverage in one of the Medicare Advantage plans (Base Plan or Enhanced Plan).
Medicare-eligible members must be enrolled in the same plan and all non-Medicare-eligible members must be enrolled in the same plan.
If you would like this estimate emailed to you, please provide your email address:
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Employee Monthly Cost ($)
Employer Monthly Contribution ($)
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